The Economist predicted Afro-Asian takeover by 2480: "Do you seriously advocate that the English people should ultimately become a minority in their own country?"
Most people remember Enoch Powell as one of the early resisters to the genocide being inflicted on us. But there was another, now mostly forgotten: Conservative MP Cyril Osborne.
Osborne was one of the first to see that the long-run implication of immigration from the Third World was the minoritisation of the ancient European peoples in their own historic homelands: the European Genocide or Great Replacement, as it is now called.
The Economist magazine was, and still is, a partisan of almost borders-free immigration. Osborne regularly duelled with its editors on the subject through the letter pages. Here we see a letter Osborne wrote, published on November 11, 1961, in which he asks the question: "How soon will it be before there are more coloured than white people in England ... do you seriously advocate that the English people should ultimately become a minority in their own country?"
The Economist replies mockingly, predicting that this demographic takeover would not occur until 2480, "by which date colour prejudice ... will be forgotten".